Colourful green and pink smoothies were the order of the day when the 3D HealthPathways team (representing the regions of Capital and Coast, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa) celebrated their 400 pathway milestone recently.
The smoothies, packed with carefully balanced ingredients to deliver a “deliciously healthy result” were symbolic of the collaborative behind-the-scenes process to get 400 pathways live, says HealthPathways Coordinator for 3D HealthPathways, Antionette Ehmke.
Justine Lancaster, 3D Clinical Editor and HealthPathways Regional Clinical Advisor, serves up smoothies at the celebration.
More than 50 medical specialists, 50 nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists, 50 allied health professionals, 10 midwives, and other clinicians contributed much time, expertise and dedication to achieving this milestone, she says.
“We have an engaged user population who keep us on our toes and do not let up on their demand for more pathways,” says Antoinette.
“That keeps us very focused on the ingredients we need, and the results we want, for every pathway.”
Team celebration: (left to right) Astuti Balram, (Programme Sponsor), Claire Southward (Allied Health Clinical Editor), Dr Amanda Clarke (GP Clinical Editor), Antoinette Ehmke (Coordinator), Dr Justine Lancaster (GP Clinical Editor), Dr Ken Greer (Clinical Lead), Dr Chris Masters (Clinical Lead).
What’s next for the 3D HealthPathways team? That’s simple, says Antoinette.
“Revisions, partial updates, and more localisations….!”
All no doubt flavoured with a healthy menu along the way.